It seems many people are asking simple questions and rather than answers we are getting lists of things we must know in order to understand the complexity of ancient beliefs. Surely you can understand how questioners might see this as evasion.
There are hundreds of simple answers to simple question which could suffice to show Egyptology is correct but even in the rare case where even I know a simple answer exists there is usually no response or an off topic response is typical. Most of us who disagree with Egyptology are well aware of the reasons for the difficulty in answering but we have less understanding of the reluctance to provide answers or to provide cogent responses.
I know you don't see this but I believe most disinterested readers are going to agree that Egyptology loses most of these arguments so a change in "tactics" seems indicated. I've asked so many times where the word "pyramid" is first attested that I quit asking. At this point I doubt opening up a dialog could hurt Egyptology more than continuing the same ol same ol'. I'm not suggesting you "go on the defensive" or "engage the enemy" so much as simply suggesting peace talks. We all already know each others armaments anyway so there's nothing to hide.
I'm not asking these things to "win" but rather, perhaps, we might solve the answers together or develop new thinking that might solve one of these questions. Obviously, I also am not trying to get Egyptology to fight my battles for me. Or to do my homework. We're all looking for the same thing. Let's look together.